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% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> welcome back to "the kudlow report." our big story tonight, russia's military intervention in ukraine. president obama coming out today with some very strong language for vladimir putin. cnbc's john harwood live for us from washington, d.c. good evening, john. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good evening, larry. the administration's been scrambling all day as it did over the weekend to try to respond to that russian intervention, both in terms of imposing costs, as the president put it, on russia but also trying to find some assistance for ukraine. john kerry, the secretary of state who right now is giving a speech to apec and discussing the israeli/palestinian peace process and issues related to iran, is flying to kiev tomorrow to meet with the government. and president obama this afternoon when he said that russia was on the wrong side of h
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technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> welcome back. a new episode of cnbc "the profit" airing tonight. here's a quick preview. >> hey, guys, we have to talk. we have a problem. i just got through talking with jamie. and there's a $3 million hole that you can't explain and you have $30,000 in the bank. are you aware of that? >> no. >> no. >> the deal that we made was based on 2 million in payables. not 4. right? >> right. >> guys, this is bad. all these people out here that are scared to buy a car because they're scared they'll lose their job, they have a reason to be scared. this business is two weeks away from closing. >> we're not walking out. we're not going -- you know, we're going to try to make a go of it. >> things are way worse than you think they
row seat. check. but these frenemies aren't about to watch a football game. and it's too early for march madness. instead they're betting on another venerable american institution. "the bachelor." >> will you accept this rose? >> reporter: the veteran show where love is the ultimate competition. and each week women are eliminated until only one remains. >> will you accept this rose? >> reporter: megan, peter, and friends lindsy, diana, and jeremy each filled out a bracket after that first episode of the season choosing the women they think will make it the farthest in their quest to win the heart of this year's lucky and controversial bachelor, juan pablo. >> my top three is renee, clare, and lauren s. >> reporter: some of them spent hours analyzing the profiles of all 27 girls. >> so what are the main things you that look at when you're going to fill out your bracket? >> age usually seems to make a difference. >> in what way? >> i feel like the bachelors usually tend younger. >> for me it's like, will their lifestyle mesh up with his lifestyle and where i think he's going. >>
is -- petroglyphs. >> okay wait. pet row aggressives? >> pet row aggressive -- p. e. t. r. o. g. l. y. p. h. s.. >> perfect. you got it. >> pet row aggressives. >> that's right. >> i get a round of applause too. >> you are 4-4. >> what is frank mallicoat? >> i think he only got one right today. >> is that right? 1-what? >> you and i both know he's a horrible speller. >> but he is -- he's great at trying and that's fun watching him struggle through those. >> i think we need to start asking you now. >> no because i'm a horrible speller too. >> can you spell commercial? [ laughter ] can you spell break? >> yeah, hurry up. >>> all right, well instant fame for delivering a pizza. meet the man who made his showbiz debut at the oscars. ,,,, covered california is howet californians can take advantage of the affordable care act. we can help you get quality health insurance right now. to sign up, call 800-890-7561 or go to coveredca.com. you can also use our website to find local, in-person help. there's not much time left - open enrollment ends soon. so call 800-890-7561, or go to coveredca.com, and ge
in a row. trying to get to seven straight for the first time six 2010. it didn't happen. he hit this three-pointer. washington came back. a cut to two. they lose at the final. performance of the night came from lebron james. first 83-pointers. a career high of 61 points. they beat the bobcats. the final was by 10. he had 61 points for the heat. baseball fans, nats on the field today. talk about spring fever. stephen strasburg makes his debut. he pitched two innings. he gave up one hit. no runs. a good performance. play goodman made a nice and gave him good support. they lose to the braves. the final was 8-4. maryland terrapins could use him tonight. a full words. they need all the help they can get as we approach the playoffs. we are talking basketball out here tonight. it is the maryland terrapins against virginia tech. they are playing for seating in the acc tournament which starts in greensboro. there is a look at sports. back to you. >> a final >> tonight it is going to get cold again. check out the temperatures. , 20 degrees expected at reagan national airport. a nice recovery after t
using them in overwhelming numbers and, chris, it's been working. we've had several elections in a row where we haven't had long lines at the polls, where people have been able to exercise their franchise. the problem from the republican point of view is any haven't always gotten the results that they want and so they're changing the rules again. >> i want to play the ohio gop chairman who appeared earlier to make the argument that it was too costly. take a listen. >> having government offices open on weekends is an unusual thing. try to go to the post office on a weekend or try to go visit your congressman's office on a weekend, on a sunday. they're almost never open. having to pay these folks overtime, all of this burden falls on the local elections officials. they're the ones who came to us. they're the ones who came to the secretary of state and to the legislature and asked for some relief. >> your response to that? >> it is just absolutely absurd. first of all, how do you put a price tag on democracy? we know what happens when we don't fund these things appropriately. the state ha
mind at all. >> jeff row, you interviewed president obama on sunday. he doesn't buy into the idea that other countries, whether it's iran or syria, that they aren't convinced that he would act. in fact, he told you point blank that he knows the iranian leaders were worried that he would actually do something militarily? >> right. he applied without saying anything, obviously, that they have good information about the way that they react to his moves. his argument was the obanly rean he gave up the chemical weapons is because they actually believed that he would attack. and so he believes that his deterrent power is in place. obviously with russia you're dealing with a much larger power, a nuclear power, so the actions are more limited. but he believes that people take him seriously when he says i'm going to use force. it's an open question and different parts of the world including the middle east and eastern europe whether those leaders believe it. >> what do you think? >> what do i think? >> yeah? i think he's a president who has found himself using military force far more than
>> loudly. >> paul. >> ken arts division. >> harland kelly regional finance. >> leslie. >> lee row housing authority commission. or not advisory council. >> bond oversight. (inaudible). faye >> be (inaudible). rubin santana advisors >> joan i didn't advisory committee and a rebecca ryan's sense oversight bond. >> entertainment commission. >> bayview citizens advisory committee. >> (inaudible). theodore miller >> james mccray junior building inspection commission. >> all right. >> do solemnly swear. that i will support and defend the constitution of the united states and the constitution of the state of california against all enemies foreign and domestic that i will bear true faith and alliance to the constitution of the united states and the constitution of the state of california that i take this obligation freely without any mental restoration or purpose of evaluation and i will well, and faithfully discharge the duties about which i'm about to enter and during the time as i hold the office of for the city and county of san francisco. congratulations and thank you very mu
, you know, i am not passing judgment because i don't know. >> that sting involved more than 3 dozen law enforcement agencies. authorities posing online as children in internet chat rooms. >> one iq point can mean the difference between life and death for a florida death row inmate. the supreme court hearing the case of freddy lee hall. his lawyers say florida can't execute him because he is mentally challenged. with his score on the iq tests, the state doesn't look at him. they will look at iq only to determine whether an inmate should be put to death. >> a case involving amazon workers is also heading to the high court. employees at am zon's warehouses say they have to wait in long lines, security lines, at the end of their shifts. the supreme court will decide if amazon should pay them for that time they spend in those lines. other companies facing similar complaints. apple requiring some employees to undergo two bag searches a day. >> became grounds for a class action lawsuit last year. >>> parts of the east coast recovering from a very powerful winter storm, a series of storms dumpi
announced at that time, we would not have had to close down half of manhattan it wouldn't have cost $200 million a year, and the defendants would be on death row. >> instead, the military trial of ksm may not begin until the year 2015. then again, as davidson notes, eyes of the nation have not exactly turned to his pretrial hearings which have staggered along at guantanamo like around out of town show that anyone has any intention of seeing. joining me, amy davidson. we've been talking about, in an effort to draw more attention to what is happening, talking about the lack of discussion, which is nothing of the eyeballs turned, to words what's a huge deal for the country and for the city. >> one would think would be a huge dealing it is a mystery it's no like we're a country that doesn't like courtroom dramas. it not like a country that hasn't been changed by 9/11. so that's where i started, why -- why aren't we more excited about the trials? why aren't we following them? even pretrial hearing for khalid shaikh mohammed, under a couple of answers, one is what holder was talking about how
it a tea party. clearly dewhurst is in the crosshairs, once again second cycle in a row having to carry the torch via the establishment. how much trouble is he in? a runoff seems likely. if he couldn't survive a runoff in 12, i don't know how he does it this time. >> i think the question is, what's going to happen and who his opponent is going to be in this runoff. it's almost assured he's going to be in a runoff. from the polling numbers we've seen, he's going to be in the lead. if he ends up with dan patrick in a runoff who is running to the right of dewhurst, we've seen how he faired in runoffs before when ted cruz came in. the question is whether dewhurst can hang on. the tea party in texas has not been as aligned as we've seen them in past years. i think there's still a sense that dewhurst could eek this out even with a far right opponent. >> you know, you spoke just a moment about keisha rogers, running for the democratic nomination in u.s. senate. again, our polling numbers show she is in the lead zbl. >> unbelievable. >> despite democrats trying to force her out. >> you can't ha
come off of doing like three things in a row. now i can't remember the name of it, the larry david movie on hbo and robo cop at the same time. i was flying back and forth and i was getting ready to start or maybe i'd shot this movie called bird man. and so i was pretty beat by the time i got there, and there was long speeches. because the character lives up in a tower and he kind of sets up the race. interestingly, the original -- the guy's name originally was bird man. and there's a movie called bird man that i'm in. and so they had to change it to the monarch and i don't know why. but -- >> you're in a lot of movies. "bird man," "robo cop." >> yep. >> the new robo cop has this big suit. wears a suit. >> a suit. >> you know something about this. you were batman. did you have sympathy for this suit? >> no. because it's air conditioned and it's a whole other ball game. no, i actually kind of did. but they are -- it is much easier to wear. in batman, they were still trying to figure out how this whole thing would work. and the thing about it is, if it goes wrong, it goes way wrong. >
. >> three months in a row we will have lousy numbers and then get a pass. >> they will just find another way to dismiss it and say don't pay attention to it. >> yeah. yeah. the market almost wants to go up and wants every excuse why there might be -- it still doesn't have to sell off. the trend is definitely on the upside. >> look at this. even the macro data out of europe this morning was not stellar by any stretch. mario is worried about deflation over there. certainly not what you want to see happening, yet european markets were all up better than 2% again on that relief rally from yesterday when they knocked them down. >> yeah. we will see. we have a couple more days to go. we don't know what will happen in ukraine. we don't know what will happen with the data. thank you, gentlemen, very much. >>> to the nasdaq which is a big winner today, up more than 1.5%, hitting a 14 year high. sheila is back with us following the big movers there. hey, sheila. >> well, you guys were just talking about this 2% rally. you are seeing that loud and clear in the nasdaq as well. more than 25% of the nasda
-year health costs, has been observing that you've seen three years in a row of very low health growth. if you look on a per beneficiary inflation adjusted basis, medicare growth has been 0.0%, and medicaid has actually fallen. that the economy doesn't have a substantial impact on medicaid, so some poem debated whether or not the recession caused the slowdown. i think anyone would argue that that's a major cause of what you have seen in medicare. it's been a combination of policies in the affordable care act that have helped reduce the cost and increase the quality as well as underlying structural changes in the health system. and you have seen both the actuaries, independent outyear projections for health expenditures. bowgeen the administration all assume that a lot effects would continue and result in lower spending in the future than was riginally projected. >> because they were projecting a deficit of 4% of g.d.p., how much does the health care calculations factor into that differential? >> the biggest difference is policy. you just quoted the c.b.o. number which assumes no policy. the pr
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